After the reveal at Bethesda’s press conference, Starfield had an extra bit of light shined on it during the “special” interview between Todd Howard and Geoff Keighley. We learn that Starfield is a single-player focused game, with no shared world, and isn’t only in production as we speak but is playable in its current state.
Bethesda is looking to release Starfield as a next-generation title, although very little is know about the space sci-fi game, we do know a little bit more after the June 10th unveiling.
— Bethesda Game Studios (@BethesdaStudios) June 11, 2018
In case you missed the announcement trailer of Starfield you can look it over right here along with its official description:
“Discover Starfield, the new space epic currently in development by Bethesda Game Studios. Starfield is the first new franchise in twenty-five years from the acclaimed developers of The Elder Scrolls and Fallout series.”
Firstly, highlights of the interview containing Howard and Keighley bring out that Starfield is a “single-player focused” game, and that it will not feature a shared world where you can see other players. Additionally, Starfield is in production right now, and it’s in a playable state.
Taking it back to the trailer, though, Starfield features an interesting secret in the bottom-left corner. Many keen-eyed fans dissecting the trailer say that the words spell out “constellation.” Some fans say that the words are a logo or sign of some sort, but it’s unclear what it stands for at this moment.
You can view the hidden “thing” in the corner of the bottom-left hand of the trailer at 0:15 – 0:20:
If you can’t see the words or letters, you can look over an inverted screenshot right here:
While we wait to find out more about this next-gen game, you can learn more about Starfield by hitting up bethesda.net. Lastly, what do you think about Starfield? Is it too early to give your thoughts or no?